Not a fan of the MYP. Take an overpriced crossover, add high maintenance wheels/tires, reduce range, and charge more. The bonus is you get it quicker and resale is great. MYLR with 19” is good enough but the wait is 6 months.Yeah I really want to get Mach-E as second car, but Ford manufacturing is a hot mess. I placed an order a month ago and i think it will take up to 1 year to get the car! So 2 weeks ago I found a dealer in NJ that will take waitlist at msrp for Ioniq Limited. It's supposed to be here in mid-April, will see how that works out. Also have Model Y Performance on order that't supposed to be delivered in May. Still have some time to think about this which one to go for.
Yeah, Ford’s production is worse than a hot mess. I suspect 10 months will be the normal wait time but you can purchase it at MSRP which is rare for say the EV6 and “hit and miss” for the Ioniq 5. I personally prefer the EV6 over the Ioniq 5 but I would trust Hyundai dealers for service over Kia. The negative about the Limited is the real world range is less than the Y or Mach-E Premium ER because of the 20” wheels.
There’s no perfect EV. The suspension of the Ioniq 5 and EV6 is superior to others except for the Mach-E GTPE (adjustable suspension) so the ride is definitely more comfortable.